In January 2015, Charles Johnson became the new varsity head football coach at Joppatowne High School. Coach Johnson graduated from JHS in 1983. He attended Harford Community College, where he became a Junior College All-American and received a scholarship to play football at the University of North Alabama. Coach Johnson has been coaching youth rec football since 1991 and was the head JV coach at Edgewood High School in 2014. Coach Johnson and his staff are committed to teaching the game of football but also mentoring the youth in our community. “Our coaches can supply the guidance and direction to our football players to make a difference in their lives. We have a new coaching staff that believes in building positive young men who will become productive in life by showing them the benefit of education, discipline, hard work and teamwork. Our staff will dedicate themselves to showing a belief in the person first and then the football player.”
As the new head coach of Joppatowne High School Football, Coach Johnson is trying to raise money for the program so they can purchase some new equipment for the field and weight room. Please grab some friends and come out to Baldwin’s (Joppatowne) on Saturday June 13th from 8-11pm for a fundraiser. No tickets to buy or sell– Just show up! The program will ask for a donation at the door ($10). There will be some munchies, a DJ/ karaoke , a raffle, a silent auction and of course lots of fun! If you would like to contribute to the silent auction or just make a donation to the program, please contact Charles Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org- 410-371-9537). Please invite your friends.. the more the better. The kids deserve all we can do for them!